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    20 November 2017

    Our 2018 Wall Planner has now been mailed to subscribers – if you haven't received yours or would like 1 or 2 more please contact Linda at the office on (04) 4735172 or info@angmisisons.org.nz more»
    Anglican Missions 2018 Wall Planner
  • An initiative convened by the House of Sarah, Fiji

    14 November 2017

    The 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence Campaign is an opportunity to show collective actions and solidarity in efforts to end violence against women. The 16 Days of Activism began in 1991 as an initiative of the Centre for Women's Global Leadership (http://16dayscwgl.rutgers/edu) based in New Jersey, United States of America. Over the years the campaign has been widely supported by many organisations. The Christian Network – Talanoa is an alliance of ecumenical partners and individuals convened by House of Sarah (HoS) of the Anglican Diocese of Polynesia to talk with each other, share information and take collaborative actions to address violence against women. more»
    'Break the Silence' Sunday 19 November 2017
  • launched by the Institute in South Africa

    10 November 2017

    The Institute for Healing of Memories is a social healing non-governmental organisation that works globally. For 20 years they have been able to contribute to the transformation of people's lives in South Africa and across the world. Very many people have said that their experience of healing of memories was life altering, life changing and transforming. They need help to survive and thrive and have launched an appeal. Donations can be made through their website more»
    Appeal to support the work of the Institute for Healing of Memories
  • Photos Source: Salman Saeed, BBC World 25 Oct. 2017

    26 October 2017

    More than half a million Rohingyas have crossed the border from Myanmar into Bangladesh in the last six weeks in what the United Nations is now calling a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing”. Christian World Service has an appeal for Rohingya refugees that supports those who have arrived in Bangladesh and those still needing help in Myanmar. We encourage you to support CWS. more»
    CWS Appeal for Rohingya refugees

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